How do I dominate and enamor the woman who’s in charge of signing my paycheck?
That’s the one question, Joshua Timbers, has been asking himself since he first stepped foot into his own personal Hell. JT, or Yoshi—as his tormentor likes to call him—has lived a life of hardship and loss since an early age. Being the product of a single parent home, he’s accustomed to hard work and lonely nights.
Seeing the strong man that raised him suffer after the loss of his mother made JT’s own heart harden. All that mattered was seeking instant gratification to curve his enormous appetite.
Until the blessed day he met his fallen angel, Janelle.
Beautiful, and with balls bigger than her entire crew, Janelle is accustomed to the leering looks of men, even though she’s their boss—the owner of Walker Constructions, alongside her brother.
Her beauty is untouchable to everyone, but how far will Joshua go to bend his hellion to his will and make her his?
The story is told entirely from Joshua's point of view, which really worked for me. We get to delve into Joshua's (very dirty) mind which was really interesting. His boss, Janelle, is as tough as nails and she really gives him a hard time. The dynamic between them was fascinating, there was really great chemistry there.
Hell is a great story with lots of sexy times and two strong lead characters that kept me reading so that I could find out more about them. I liked the author's writing style and I really enjoyed her work. Four stars.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for a honest review.